3/29/11

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Turkish-Islamic Union is in protected Friedrich

Federal Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich (CSU) has received criticism after the Islamic Conference backing from the Islamic camp. The dialogue agent of the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (DITIB), Bekir Alboga assured the Islamic Conference to go further in spite of the scandal at the first meeting under the leadership of Frederick. "The minister was due to his party's policy also personally attacked," said Alboga appearing in the Hall "means Deutsche Zeitung.
"But he listened very attentively and patiently endured much criticism. This shows his commitment to continue the German Islam Conference "Alboga announced:".... It goes on what we want the Muslims want the Minister "
The North Rhine-Westphalia Integration Minister Guntram Schneider (SPD) called for a reorientation of the Islamic Conference. "The structure of the Islamic Conference to be rethought," said Schneider, who appears in Dusseldorf "Rheinische Post". It must continue to be a clear objective. "You can not mix security issues with religious issues.
The assassination of the Islamic Conference and Frankfurt have nothing to do with each other. This is not adequate, "said Schneider. Friedrich had asked, referring to the Frankfurt attack by Muslims on the conference staff in detecting dangerous Islamists.

After the advance of Frederick for a security partnership, the SPD has urged Muslims to participate in future no longer at the conference. "The Muslims should not attend the Islamic Conference, and another taking the lead," said the commissioner for integration of the SPD parliamentary group, Aydan Özoguz, the Hamburger Abendblatt.
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Friedrich abusing the participants of the Islamic Conference, to raise his own political profile as a hardliner. "I think he's the absolute wrong choice in his position," said Özoguz. The first Islamic Conference, Frederick Özoguz line evaluated as "false start". The Minister would have had to advertise at the beginning to the confidence of the already very skeptical Muslim associations. "Instead, he is the divisive," criticized the SPD politician. "He is so much broken by what others have built up for years for a successful integration."